Dear Habitat Partner Families,
We are facing an unprecedented time in our country, and around the world, with the spread of COVID-19. We recognize this is a stressful time for you and your family, and that you may need assistance. Habitat for Humanity of Louisa County’s goal is to help our partner families become financially healthy homeowners and now, more than ever, we recognize how critical that goal is.
Please know we are thinking of you, and we will do our very best to offer support and guidance as the situation continues to evolve. We are closely monitoring the disruption and potential adverse effects caused by COVID-19 and are taking appropriate measures to ensure that we can provide the best possible service and continuity of operations to you. Our priority is always the health and safety of our staff, volunteers, partners and the people we serve. We are taking a proactive approach to minimize potential exposure to the virus in the following ways:
- Our office doors (115 Jefferson Hwy) are closed; however, we are available by phone at 540-967-0486. We would love to speak to you and share information about community resources. We want you to know you are not alone, and you are welcome to reach out for any reason.
- In order to protect our communities, Habitat Louisa’s work sites will be closed to volunteers until further notice. We have also postponed all events through May 30, 2020. This policy will be reviewed on an ongoing basis.
If you have experienced job loss or are in need of emergency assistance please call the Community Resource line, 434-234-4490, or the Louisa County Resource Council, 540-967-1510. Additional Community and National resources are listed on the COVID-19 Resource Page.
If you are concerned about your ability to pay your mortgage, please call and ask for Kim, or email her at email@example.com. On a case-by-case basis, lenders are offering deferred mortgage payments based on the situation.
Thankfully, many in this community are coming together to offer support in this time of need. You are not alone. We – the Habitat Family, Louisa County, and the Global Community – will get through this.
We look forward to hearing from you,
The Habitat Team